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This week's reviewed movie is:
World Trade Center




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New York's World Trade Center tragedy is one of America's darkest hours.

It explores emotional feelings and the depths of love and human bonding.

This film is not about the attacks--but the aftermath felt by the victims and their families.

It's a surprisingly personal film, concentrating on two of the only 20 survivors to be pulled from the wreckage of the shattered buildings.

It was much better than I expected, and well worth the emotional ride.

World Trade Center is a film about heroism and all those involved.

There are no politics, no terrorism, and no exploitation in this straight-from-the-hip story of the Port Authority police doing their job and its horrible aftermath.

It's an intense gut-wrenching film with a life-affirming message about survival and humanity.

The movie tells the true story of how two police officers were able to survive for 12 hours while trapped in the rubble on September 11, 2001, after they responded to dispatches at Ground Zero, making them two of the 20 people rescued after the buildings' collapse.

The film is intelligent, thoughtful, and emotionally powerful.

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